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Toronto Rehabilitation Institute – University Centre Toronto, ON

An Infrastructure Ontario build-finance project in the heart of Toronto, the TRI project involves construction of a new 13-storey, state-of-the-art healthcare facility, as well as the refurbishment of the existing hospital.


As one of the world’s most advanced rehabilitation research facilities, TRI’s University Centre features extensive state-of-the-art clinical components. Among the 60,000 SF of advanced labora­tory space are labs dedicated to recreating real life environments – ice, snow, uneven terrains, the interior of a single-family dwelling – to provide researchers with a better understanding of how older people and those with serious injuries can cope, adapt and enhance quality of life.


Scope of work has included the 13-storey South Tower, which features a three-level basement for a total of 216,000 SF of new construction and 17,000 SF of enhanced research space. Additional deliverables include dedicated education space for students conducting clinical training and the addition of a spacious therapeutic garden on the North Wing roof.


The final phase of renovations to the existing Toronto Rehab building are currently underway, with an estimated Spring 2012 delivery date.

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